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ROBG-156 “Career Paths to Youth Labor Mobility (CaPabiLiTy)”

What’s the goal?

To encourage horizontal integration and CBC cooperation between universities, institutions, and businesses to offer joint employment initiatives and a Joint educational scheme (JES) for youth employment and to contribute to the integration of the CB labor market via the promotion of these initiatives in the whole area.

What’s the budget?

594,246.26 euro, out of which 505,109.33 ERDF

Target at the half of the implementation period: 55,677 euro for Lead Beneficiary, 71,595 euro for Beneficiary 2, 46,585 euro for Beneficiary 3, 38,257 euro for Beneficiary 4 and 20,000 euro for Beneficiary 5.

Who is doing it?

Lead beneficiary (LB): University of Agricultural Science and Veterenary Medicine – Bucharest(Romania)

Beneficiary (B2): University of Ruse “Angel Kanchev” –Silistra Subsidiary (Bulgaria)

Beneficiary (B3): Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture – Calarasi, CCIA (Romania)

Beneficiary (B4): ACCES ASSOCIATION – CALARASI (Romania)

Beneficiary (B5): BUSINESS INNOVATION CENTRE INNOBRIDGE (INNOBRIDGE BIC) (Bulgaria)

When is it happening?

Start date: 04.05.2017

End date: 03.11.2018

Duration: 18 months

Where is it happening?

Bucharest, Calarasi, Bucuresti-Ilfov Region, Calarasi in Romania

Silistra, Ruse inBulgaria

How is it going to happen?

  • Encouraging integration and cooperation among the stakeholders - 5 meetings of a Collaborative Working Group;
  • Joint database of comprehenisve information to activate labour mobilty - /Employment and Mobility Guide ‘Cool to be mobile’;
  • Providing comprehensive and official information on career paths and labour mobility;
  • Providing a joint educational scheme ‘Career Paths to Youth Labor Mobility’ Program 1 –joint internship;
  • Providing a joint educational scheme ‘Career Paths to Youth Labor Mobility’: Program 2 – linguistic competences;
  • Providing a joint scheme ‘ to Youth Labor Mobility’: Program 3 – Entrepreneurship training;
  • Delivering Information on joint employment initiatives – organization and elaboration of Job fairs;
  • Publicity and information - 2 conferences; folders, t-shirts, roll-ups; brochures ‘Employment and Mobility Guide – 'Cool to be mobile'’; caps; posters; brochures; notebooks.

What will be the results (what’s the contribution to the Programme)?

Programme outputs:

- 8 initiatives that activate workforce mobility in the cross border area;

- 874 participants in joint local employment initiatives and joint training;

- 2236 participants in joint educational and training schemes to support youth employment, educational opportunities and higher and vocational education across borders

Programme results: population that have access to joint employment initiatives - 5910 people to access joint employment initiatives.

Project status

The project partners carried out the following activities:

LB: The first meeting of the Working Group was organized by B2 with a group of 20 people, LB providing transport for the 20 participants. LB has acquired the necessary equipment to implement the project. The launching conference of the project took place on 30.06.2017 and the promotional materials were printed. The public procurement expert, responsible for preparing the specific procurement documentation, was contracted in accordance with the legislation in force.

The 'Cool to be mobile' events were organized by LB as follows:

- 26.02.2018, Calarasi - 47 participants;

- 06.03.2018, Calarasi - 108 participants.

LB organized the Bulgarian language course.

B2: The following types of activities were implemented: hosting and attending management meetings; hosting the first meeting of the collaborative group; participation in the project launch conference; the purchase of office equipment and the language lab.

The Romanian language course for Bulgarian students was organized.

The course on intercultural issues was organized.

B3: The following types of activities were implemented: collaboration with the leader and partners, participation in the workshops within the project.

B4 participated in the project team meetings, the first Working Group meeting was held, and the activities of each partner were established. B4 signed a contract for the development of the web platform (www.capability-acces.eu) and the mobile application.

B4 organized a job fair in April 2018.

B5 has focused its efforts on project management activities. The partner actively participated in the meetings of all partners, where important aspects of the project were discussed. B5 attended managerial team meetings.

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